You still seem obsessed with the irrelevant positioning of Suffolk for some reason? Have you at last realised that Wake -Walker was correct all along with his bearings and distances to both Bismarck and to Holland?
Oh well since you want to talk about Suffolk.
You cannot disregard D/6 and D/7 as well as you cannot disregard the same bearing of 335° similarly only partially traced by PInchin at 06:20 between Norfolk and Suffolk.
The 335T is partially traced then the D6 & D7 are of similar value because they look vaguely the same?
I surely don't have to remind you that the 06:20 bearing is a visual sighting recorded in Norfolk's Ship's Log, whereas these other two lines have no identification or provenance at all. We don't know what they are. You may choose to believe they are otherwise unrecorded D/F bearings, but to rate them as highly as a direct visual bearing would be ridiculous.
Once again I remind you I match 185T in a blind trial perfectly:
You cannot disregard now..........
and the 185° bearing between Suffolk and PoW at 05:53 at open fire.
On my map:
The distance from Suffolk to Hood at 05:53 is 50,400 yds or 25.2 miles on 185T. (0553 (B). Heavy gun flashes bearing 185°. Half a minute later Bismarck opened fire to port.)
This is 27 minutes previous to the 06:20 bearing and validates the Suffolk track between these positions. Since one bearing is from Norfolk and the last is Suffolk and Holland it suggests all three tracks are well positioned relative to one another.
I do not care at all at what distance they will end up being at the end, even if I realize with satisfaction that they are moving closer as it was obvious for me since the beginning looking at " The Plot " intentionally enlarging the battlefield as we all know now.
We are approaching the end of the meal, my friend, and you need to wake up and smell the coffee. Your collapsed, erroneous perception based on misplaced faith in diagram B and PoW's action plot is completely disproved, and the distances derived from my version of the map, not entered, but derived support Wake-Walker throughout.
All the best